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11-05-2004 07:16 PM  13 years agoPost 1
gilliraldi

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Epsom, NH

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I have a Petrol Jet Ranger from Vario with Benzin mechanics. I am wondering if the FMA co-pilot can be installed in the fuse. I noticed on their website that they have a Z-Sensor which can be used along with another Z-sensor and mounted inside a fuse. But, I have not heard of anyone actually doing this. I have about $5000 invested in this ship, and it would be nice to have some additional `insurance' in preventing crashes. I use the Co-Pilot regularly on my Raptor 70 and I love it.

I know the Co-Pilot use is controversial, so please don't tell me just not to use it. Thanks for your help!

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11-05-2004 08:31 PM  13 years agoPost 2
Glenn in Den

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Longmont, Colorado area

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The fact that some find it "controversial" is actually kind of funny! If you don't like it, DON'T USE IT! It's the same thing I tell the prudes who object to television shows . . . YOU are in control already!!! CHANGE THE CHANNEL if you don't like what you're watching!

Sure, you can use it on a scale. I had the same thoughts myself. The only problem is going to be that it will diminish the scale appearance of your bird. You would probably not win any contests because of it either.



Glenn.

I'm not really an R/C pilot, I stayed in a Holiday Inn Express last n

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